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Full text of "Rapid Population Growth Consequences And Policy Implications"

All categories	71	56	50				
Category I (highest)	76	74	82	89	95	-13	-13
Category II	74	76	61	36	41	+38	+20
Category III	68	36	44	19	15	+49	+29
Category IV	61	46	42	20	18	+41	+24
Category V (lowest)	c	68	24	15	13	c	+11
Mexico, total country				31	41		
aThe grouping and ranking of zonas by categories is on the basis of three indices of economic development: percent urban, percent in secondary and tertiary activities in the labor force, and worker per capita income.
^Percent based on migrants who were employed in year before first arrival. Sample cases number: Before 1941, total-100,1-21,11-23,111-19, IV-31, V-6; 1941-50, 162, 23, 29, 28, 63, 19; 1951-60, 204, 33, 38, 45, 59, 29.
cNot calculated; statistic based on fewer than 10 sample cases.
Source: Monterrey 1965 Survey (actual sample) and 1940 and 1960 Mexico census reports.strially advanced areas, whereas Category V includes highly rural and backward areas.